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Two teenage girls who were reported missing in Alcester on Friday (11 October) have been found.
Naomi Smallwood, 16, and Sophie Hands, 15, were located in Birmingham in the early hours of this morning.
One of three "vulnerable" teenage girls who went missing from the Alcester area has been found.
Fourteen-year-old Jenny Mitchell was discovered in the Cardiff area overnight and is now being cared for there.
She was reported missing in the early hours of Friday morning along with 16-year-old Naomi Smallwood and Sophie Hands, 15.
Warwickshire Police say they are still concerned for the welfare of the other two girls and are "working hard" to find them.
They were last spotted in the Small Heath area of Birmingham.
Detectives investigating the disappearance of three teenage girls from Alcester in Warwickshire have released pictures of the eldest of the trio.
Naomi Smallwood, aged 16, was reported missing in the early hours of Friday morning and has not been seen since.
She is believed to be with two others from the same area - Sophie Hands, 15 and Jenny Mitchell, 14.
Police have described them as "vulnerable" due to their age.
Descriptions of three missing teenage girls have been released by police.
Naomi Smallwood, aged 16, Sophie Hands, 15 and Jenny Mitchell, 14, were reported missing from the Alcester area of Warwickshire in the early hours of Friday.
Naomi is around 5ft 7ins and slim, with blonde hair dyed pink. She was last seen wearing a purple tracksuit.
Sophie is 5ft 6ins and slim, with long pink hair shaved on one side. She was wearing jeans and a body warmer.
And Jenny is 5ft 8ins with blonde hair coloured with pink and orange dye, also shaved on one side. She was wearing a pink tracksuit.
All three girls are white and may have connections in Birmingham, Cardiff and Manchester.
A manhunt for three "vulnerable" teenage girls who went missing from the Alcester area has been launched by police.
Naomi Smallwood, aged 16, Sophie Hands, 15, and 14-year-old Jenny Mitchell were reported missing shortly after 1.30am on Friday and have not been seen since.
The three girls have contacts in Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff.
Warwickshire Police say all three girls are considered "vulnerable" due to their age.